Blue-green algae are cyanobacteria that are present in many Dutch waters during the summer, causing huge problems among swimmers and animals. Climate change will increase the problems caused by blue-green algae. How dangerous are blue-green algae, and what can you do about it?
In this newest episode of Climate TV researchers from Wageningen UR en de Radboud University explain how blue-green algae can cause intestinal problems, increase the risk of cancer and can even result in death.
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